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Old 07-28-2011, 09:29 PM   #166
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Would any of you like to maybe report my tech.?...

Being that he knowingly broke the law, that you all follow, and I'm sure he does it alot more then me....But yet afew are on my case about me having a license..

.WHAT ABOUT THE PROFESSIONAL THATS ADVERTISING HE HAS A LICENSE and represents himself as a HVAC technician..

Nobody yet has asked anything about his contact info., just worried about what I'm doing wrong.

There's alot more in this world to worry about who's violating what, and the amounts getting dumped into the air and ground.

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Old 07-28-2011, 09:32 PM   #167
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Are you going to steal his tools because he vented gas?
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:38 PM   #168
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Are you going to steal his tools because he vented gas?
I don't have to steal his tools...he left his tools here..when he ran away like a little kid who knew they did wrong when confronted.

He could have them back , if he comes back...Do you see that happening ???

If not, his tools will be up for sale on ebay if anybody is interested in hvac tools....Maybe I could recover some money from them to help pay for a line dryer and the schrader valves he stole from me. Not to mention
the time I took off from work waiting for the licensed tech.
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:49 PM   #169
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I must have missed the stolen dryer and schrader taps post.
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I must have missed the stolen dryer and schrader taps post.
He just stole the schrader valves when he decided to leave, and let the condensor vent into the air.

Now I need to buy a dryer to remove the moisture he let in.

He does have some nice Klein screwdriver's, and Fluke volt/therm tester, the freon tester, is just some cheap harbor freight throw away tester.
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Old 07-28-2011, 10:48 PM   #171
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the good ol' EPA and its over-regulation of everything. R22 is an HCFC and its ozone depletion potential is minimal. R12, that was some bad stuff, R22, not so much. R410A, harmless. the likelihood of getting caught by an EPA official? next to zero.
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You will never have an A/C unit that works properly without getting his tools back to him.
Tell him or the Company he works for to send someone to pickup his tools with the understanding you need his name and cert number.

Your unit will be ice picked better put a closed circuit camera on it 24 hrs 365.

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